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Citizens First Wholesale Mortgage Announces New President

""Citizens First Wholesale Mortgage Company"":https://www.cfwmortgage.com/ has welcomed a new president. The Florida-based organization recently announced the springtime appointment of Jonathan L. Woods to the executive role.


Boasting more than two decades of industry experience, Woods will head up Citizens First's mortgage and servicing operations.

Prior to joining Citizens First, Woods has held diverse roles throughout the real estate financing industry, including working


as a consultant for ""RP Funding's"":www.rpfunding.com/ investor loan programs and investor relationships.

As the company president, Woods will be responsible for all aspects of Citizens First's retail mortgage originations operations. Additionally, he will oversee the adequacy and soundness of the company's financial structure.

The company has also deployed a new technology strategy to start the summer season, and Citizens First recently went public with its decision to select an enterprise loan origination system from ""Blueberry Systems, LLC"":http://www.blueberrysystems.com/. Citizens First chose Blueberry's Relay platform to enhance and streamline its loan production and processing.

Woods weighed in on Citizens First's technology upgrade, stating, ""At Citizens First, we seek opportunities for growth, progress and efficiency while committing ourselves to excellence. As part of that commitment, we have selected Blueberry Systems to provide our institution with an end-to-end solution that takes us from application to post-closing. Their solution gives us the scale and leverage to confidently face the increasing burdens of government and investor demands without requiring additional resources. Our loan production process will be simplified and streamlined from start to finish.""


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